A continuation of Moxon's first volume of articles on various crafts, published 1677-1680 as a serial. Moxon explains the gap between vols. 1 and 2 as, "obstructed by the breaking out of the Plot [i.e. the Popish Plot], which took off the minds of my few customers from buying."
Volume 2 contains 24 numbered sections with continuous pagination
Includes advertisements interspersed within items
Volume 2 includes: Printing--Letter-Cutting--Printing-Letters--Compositers trade--Press-mans trade--Dictionary, alphabetically explaining the abstruse words and phrases that are used in typography
English short title catalogue
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy bound in modern brown buckram. The title is stamped in gilt onto a black spine label. The bookplate of the BPL is present on the front pastedown. Present on the title page are the perforation and embossed stamps of the BPL and the embossed stamp of J.J. Greenough, as well as an early bibliographic inscription. In this copy, plates 18-33 are bound-in at the back and the two engraved portraits are wanting. Bound uniformly with a copy of vol. 1 cataloged as G.676.M87R v.1 no.2
No copyright page found. No table-of-contents pages found.